VIII Campus of Euro-American Cultural Cooperation develops in Cuenca
30 de Noviembre de 2012 - 16h13
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On Wednesday, the VIII Campus of Euro-American Cultural Cooperation was inaugurated. The event will be held until Friday in the installation of the University of Cuenca. The purpose is to propel, analyze and foment the existing ways of cultural cooperation among continents; innovate and open new dialogue spaces; stir up the transference of knowledgement, exchange of experiences, and construction of common projects to create new imaginary ones of cooperation in a direct a effective way.
The event opens a new space for analyzing and debating new ways of decentralized cooperation, being culture the focus point of the entire thing.
The debate is carried put through theoretical assistance, plenary conferences and specific workshops about different themes of special attention for the cultural scope.
The Organization is responsibility of Cuenca´s Mayoralty, The Organization of Iberia-American States for Education, Science and Culture (OEI), Interarts Foundation and thanks to the sponsorship of the Coordination Area 6 of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Integration; Ministry of Culture of Ecuador; Stage EP and the University of Cuenca.
Approximately 7000 people from different continents will participate. It gathers up 28 speakers, moderators, and orators. The working languages are Spanish, Portuguese, English and French.
Major Paúl Granda pointed out that the Patrimonial City is proud to be hosting such an important international meeting, after wishing the desired success, and that they stay of the illustrated guests is pleasant and for them to enjoy the magic of the city and the hospitality of its people.
The Campus initiated in 2000 and has presented 7 editions: Barcelona-Spain (October 2000), Cartagena de Indias – Colombia (December 2001), Sevilla – Spain (December 2003), Salvador of Bahía- Brazil (September 2005), Almado – Portugal (May 2007), Buenos Aires – Argentina (March 2009), The Palms – Spain (November 2010).
PRESS RELEASE No. 1336
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